1661. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EIDOS ANNOUNCES NARROWING OP LOSSES
London-based Tomb Raider publishers Eidos Interactive have reduced their operating losses by 35.1% after announcing a narrowing pre-tax loss before goodwill charges and exceptional items of £30.65 million from £111.72 million in the fifteen months to June 2002. The company also changed its year-end from March to June at an AGM in December.
Last Updated: Sep 4, 2002
1662. Tomb Raider Chronicles - HANDS ON REPORT FROM GREEK SEQUEL SET
Following a grueling week of filming on the sun-drenched Aegean Sea island of Santorini recording scenes for Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel, Greek newspaper-man Sgkral sends us this report from the set via our online community at tombraiderforums.com
Last Updated: Sep 3, 2002
1663. Tomb Raider Chronicles - ORIENTAL SHOOTING FOR MOVIE SEQUEL
The production crew on Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel will relocate to Wan Chai, Mongkok and Hong Kong next year to shoot several action scenes for The Cradle Of Life. According to the government's Film Services Office: about half of the film will be shot in the territory. Approximately 50 production people from overseas will be working closely with a hundred local crew members in the project.
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2002
1664. Tomb Raider Chronicles - NEW FILM RATING FOR UNDER TWELVES
The 12 rating for films is to be scrapped and replaced with a new category allowing younger children to see them, the British Board of Film Classification announced today. Under the new 12A rating, children under that age will be allowed into cinemas as long as they are accompanied by an adult.
Last Updated: Aug 28, 2002
1665. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER SEQUEL TO SHOOT IN WALES
Scenes for Paramount Pictures Lara Croft: Tomb Raider movie sequel will be filmed in the panoramic region of Snowdonia and locations in and around Gwynedd, North Wales following a refusal by Chinese authorities to shoot on the Great Wall of China, the BBC reports today. Special effects wizards Mill Film will toil their digital trickery using advanced computer generated imagery during post production to replicate the 2,000 year-old Chinese landmark.
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2002